4. Required Resources and Funding Propositions
With the guarantee of $60,000 for next year from the community churches, the New Youth Center is challenged with the task of raising the additional $300,000. $150,000 is expected to be received from within the business community. The reasons behind this belief are based on the fact that the center can also support the business objectives of contributors by improving their market perception within the community or creating tax deduction opportunities. The next $100,000 is expected to be donated by not-for-profit organizations which militate for the proper integration of youth, as well as for responsible citizenship and environmental protection. Due to the center's triple actions, it is expected that several NGOs participate to raising the necessary funds. Finally, the last $50,000 is to be raised from individual members of the community, such as parents or other...
Usage of Endowments
The primordial destination of the money collected would be that of keeping the center running in the meaning of equipping it with the necessary technologies, materials, paying the utility bills and so on. Additional destinations include the purchase of books and other didactical materials, to support the formation of the youth, the planting of trees, or even granting scholarships to highly intelligent and hardworking pupils who do not have any means of supporting their educational formation.
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Directly approach wealthy individuals in Kansas City and solicit direct gifts or memorial gifts. In addition, there are some well-known Kansas City philanthropists, as well as new members of the Fortune 1000, who will be identified by PKC Associates and invited to help establish the endowment. The benefits of becoming a founder of or significant contributor to the Friends of Shuttlecocks' endowment will be explained to the potential donors. These include: Naming opportunities.
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